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Session 2-3 Notes

by: Keller Spitts

Session 2-3 Notes ECFS 200 B

Keller Spitts
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Early Childhood and Family Studies
Debi Talkudor

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Everything we learned during session 4: the developmental stages of a child; what influences children and to what extent; and dual-language children
Early Childhood and Family Studies
Debi Talkudor
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Keller Spitts on Wednesday October 14, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to ECFS 200 B at University of Washington taught by Debi Talkudor in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 164 views. For similar materials see Early Childhood and Family Studies in Child Development at University of Washington.

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Date Created: 10/14/15
ECFS 200 October 13th Session 4 Notes Bronfenbrenner s Model of Human Development lndividual the actual child age health sex ect Microsystem immediate environment famiy school workplace friends neighborhood religious experience Mesosystem a little farther removed from the child example religious experience could in this instance be church rather than whatever interaction the parent is providing in Microsystem economic systems government mass media laws educationalpolitical systems industry Exosystem indirectly effecting the child economic systems government mass media laws educationalpolitical systems industry all completely removed from the child but still effecting it Macrosystem norms and values of the culture the child is born into standards that will effect how the child is raised by the parents Chronosystem time and historic influences each of these sections of the circle will change as time goes on and the culture evolves Principles of Child Development Children thrive with secure consistent relationships with responsive adults Multiple social and cultural contexts influence learning and development Areas of Development 1 Cognitive reasoning and logical thinking 2 Language oral and written skill 3 Physical use of big and small muscles 4 SocioEmotional manage emotions and interact with others Seven Domains of Early Childhood Development 1spiritual and moral 2language 3cognitive 4gross motor walking jumping more fullbody actions 5fine motor holding something use of individual muscles 6selfhelp and adaptive 7social and emotional All domains of development and learning are equally important None are in isolation working on one builds up the others as well Children follow welldocumented sequences to build knowledge Children develop and learn at varying rates you can ballpark estimate when a child reaches a certain milestone but expectvanance certain aspects vary based on dynamic interaction biological mutations and experience Language Strategies in bilingual parenting one parent speak one language the other speak in the other language dangerous because the child could end up favoring one language and so favoring that parent the parents could prioritize whatever language is more commonly spoken in the culture to help the child adapt risk a loss of personal culture Bilingual children one language may come easier than the other one language may be emphasized in the home and so they are more confident in it this happens often in the case with children whose parents first language isn t english the child may be perceived as shy or slower than other children whose parents are native english speakers while in actuality they are simply more proficientconfident in their home language if a bilingual child falls behind due to languagerelated issues it is not the child s fault but the educational system s fault


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